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What You’re Proposing
Five stories, one band, one whole heap of trouble …
What You’re Proposing is a series of five novellas about a rock band. Each story is complete (no cliffhangers!) and with a different set of characters. They can be read in any order, but if you do want to read them in order, they’re helpfully numbered!
Each story is about 8,000 to 10,000 words long, which should take you about 30 minutes to read.
They are definitely 100% romantic comedy!
The Indecent Proposal #1
When Megan sees a photo of her rock star boyfriend Ryan with another girl, she dumps him and heads off to Sorrento on holiday. Unfortunately Ryan’s had exactly the same idea …
You can currently download The Indecent Proposal, from Smashwords for free, or read it on Wattpad. You can also download it from ebook retailers, such as Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Kobo, Nook and iTunes, although I can't guarantee it will be free on all sites, as it is up to each company to decide how much they will charge.
(A shorter version of this story appeared in the anthology Sunlounger)
The Awkward Proposal #3
When the celebrity Keira works for fails to turn up to open the village school’s fete, it falls to her to find a last-minute alternative. Who better to ask than her old school friend, Jedd? After all, he is the guitarist with a famous rock band. And … erm, a notorious hellraiser. What could possibly go wrong?
The Accidental Proposal #2
Luca has walked out on the band in the middle of their American tour and headed off to New Orleans. Disgraced gossip columnist Gaby is determined to find out why, while her sister Pris is equally determined to have the best holiday ever.
You can currently download The Accidental Proposal from Smashwords for free, or read it on Wattpad. You can also download it from retailers such as Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Kobo, Nook and iTunes, although I can’t guarantee it will be free on all sites, as it is up to each company to decide how much they will charge.
(A shorter version of this story appeared in the anthology Sunlounger 2)
You can also read a post I wrote for the Sunlounger blog on why rock stars make the best romantic heroes: Perfectly Imperfect